Little Snitch Alternatives for Mac

Popular Alternatives to Little Snitch for Mac. Explore 6 Mac apps like Little Snitch, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

Little Snitch is a firewall application that monitors and controls outbound internet traffic. If your looking for more info about Little Snitch like screenshots, reviews and comments you should visit our info page about it. Below you find the best alternatives.

The list of alternatives was last updated: 3/3/2018 2:43:00 PM

Alternatives to Little Snitch for Mac with any license

  • Hands Off!

    Hands Off! is an application to monitor and control the access of applications to your network and disks. Being able to monitor the normally unnoticeable activities enables you to make informed decisions regarding the transfer of your private information, hence avoiding confidential information leakage.

    • It is easier than Little Snitch Guest • Oct 2016 Disagree   Agree

    Commercial Mac

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  • LuLu by Objective-See

    LuLu is the free, shared-source firewall for macOS. Its goal is simple; block any unknown outgoing connections, until approved by the user. While it was designed to generically detect malware by flagging unauthorized networking connections, LuLu can also be used to block OS components or 3rd-party applications from transmitting information to remote servers. What's to like about LuLu? Lots! 100% free As in no ads, no time trials, no missing features.

    Free Open Source Mac

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  • IceFloor

    IceFloor is the first OS X free graphic frontend for PF. Configure the PF firewall in a few clicks using a very simple interface and a step by step in-app configuration guide (Quick Start).

    Free Open Source Mac

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  • Flying Buttress

    As Apple's built-in Firewall preferences improves in both functionality and security, I will be aiming Flying Buttress more at users who need the advanced firewall configuration, logging, and IP sharing options found in Flying Buttress. There is no reason that a new or inexperienced user cannot use Flying Buttress, but Apple's own Firewall preferences will likely remain a simpler interface for configuring a basic firewall.

    Free Mac

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